Who is behind teck-e?
Bryce Wolkowitz is teck-e's founder and CEO. Bryce is a renowned gallerist with a long track record of representing and supporting the multi-disciplinary skills of artists and engineers. He has made a major commitment to representing artists who explore the intersection of art and technology. Bryce has gathered a group of distinguished advisors to formulate teck-e’s programs and curriculum. All of whom are leaders in the fields of education, science, technology and art.
Visionary architect David Rockwell is internationally recognized for his broad array of projects, from restaurants to stage sets, hotels to hospitals. Most recently David has completed a reconfigurable workspace for Cornell Tech and an innovative stage-design for the TED Conference. He has transformed Imagination Playgrounds from an idea into a business. He has also been honored with the Presidential Design Award for his extraordinary work renovating New York's Grand Central Station.
Jon Kamen, CEO of Radical Media, a global transmedia company that has created some of the world’s most innovative content across all forms of media. He has served as a producer of Academy Award-winning, Grammy Award-winning and Emmy Award-winning films, documentaries, television series and specials. Jon has been an active participant and contributor to the TED Conference series since 1987 and is a Trustee of the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD).
Beth Rosenberg is an educator working in the fields of technology, culture and access/special needs. She is the founder of techkidsunlimited.org and teaches on the faculty of the Department of Technology, Culture and Society at NYU-Polytechnic Institute.